Student or Learner
Someone is trying to open a tutoring class for teaching English to students, and he needs to name it. Is the following correct?
Plese see to its meaning and grammar like the dash. The meaning is "If you study here, you will produce perfect English like golden eggs". Do golden eggs in the west mean a very fruitful result?
ex)"Golden-Egg English Class" or shortened as "GE English Class"
Last edited by keannu; 26-Aug-2012 at 09:49.
If golden-egg is not a good metaphor for advertising an English tutoring, you could recommend a better one.
I don't see why we should.
Something like:If you study here, you will produce perfect English like golden eggs
If you study here, you will learn to produce perfect English.
If you want to extend it, then I would add something along the lines of Like the finest students/Grade A students, etc.
The golden egg doesn't work IMO because of the idiom we would be most likely to associate it with.
Do you think it's because "golden egg" has a bad meaning or it just means a profitable result unrelated to studying?